"Since before 1598, when Santa Fe was established as a province of New Spain, grizzled frontiersmen and hearty pioneers have come to this unforgiving landscape to eek out a difficult existence. Welcome to Santa Fe today, where we can all live the Western dream, and even buy a little piece of it to take home. You gotta love it. We pretty much eradicate the Native America culture and now in newer, more politically correct times, we decide we love Indians and all things Native American. That we’re kind of, but not really sorry." - Anthony Bourdain
"You’ve got your whole spectrum of new age, crystal types, seeking spiritual purity and intensity in the harsh, yet beautiful landscape. It’s the last place in the U.S. you can wear buckskin and fringe without irony while holding a Buddhist blanket." - Anthony Bourdain
What song did Anthony Bourdain just reference?!?!
"Look up in the dark, the night sky, uncontaminated by the light of any nearby cities, you can see things. And of course, you’ve got a rich tradition of actual, real life, spooky science fiction stuff. The Manhattan Project in Los Alamos, nuclear missile silos hidden deep beneath the desert floor, it’s out there." - Anthony Bourdain